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COUNT SIX AVERAQE WORDS TO THE LINE.
Carets and Societies
AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
...OFFICE IN JCDD
10 to 1: i. u;
(ere troubles, catar-
I Impaired bearing.
lor rerraetiYe er-
ICR OVER TOR
itnk. Telephone, 80;
anrgeon. Office In.
e ; Office, Macs
20, J ii (Id bnlMlng.
ence 'pnone, oiac
ROYAL NRIOHBOR8 OP AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. S8S3, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday ot. each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle:
Sirs. Nettle Robblns, Recorder.
UMATILLA TRNT, Na 2T, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Bacref Society nail, second
and fourth Tnesdars In each month. All
Tlsltlng Sir Knlghta cordially Inrlted. J.
8. Kees, Record Keeper; B. D. RaUbrook,
FENDI.RTON LODOR. NO. 52. A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. 3. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe n. rarkes. Sec.
OM 17 A8SOC1A.
me. Main 031; real-
HI?., ill 1
Itlcs eye, ear, nose
Savings Rank bulld-
ice one block west
a diseases or wo-
eton, Cor. Water
on, Or. Thone
tttm,imrisT. office in
tBf.- !FfcwitHed 71.
VTOtiwWlCE IN AB
loekf'WHr Retaldt's new drug
eSsel ' jaPs""
ITF.CT and btj-
isemplete and rella-
Mhe city or conn-
irnisneo. vn duuu
-street near Main.
rOR AND BUILD-
bed on all Kinds
a. stone walla etc.
INK OF ATHENA.
D.000 : surplus and
at on time deposits.
attended to. Henry
P.' J. Kirk, vlce-presl-
.cashier; F. B. Le-
INGS BANK FEN-
anlzcd March 1.
me rienoBlts. kx-
lid on all principal
tlon riven to coi
president; J. N.
J. Morris, cashier.
PENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. P F. F. Wamsley, secretary.
Meets first and fonrth Friday of each
month In Masonic nail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4 KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. 3. F. Nowlln, C. C; R. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. and S. Meets erery
Monday In Secret Society nail.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullla Camp, No. G3D0. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' nail. George A. nambltn. Con
sul: G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN" OF THE WORLD REGULAR
mpetlngs of Pendleton Camp. No. 41, W.
of W. are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk ; J. P. Earl, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED TARD, 72S
Cottonwood street, Lindsay ft Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle homes at all times. Horses for sal.
Thone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOMR
Prop. Livery. Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 101.
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND BALE8
htables. First-class single and double
rigs for all occasions. 627 Cottonwood
St., 'phone Main 791. Elvln Craig, prop.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE STRAnON ROOMING HOUSE. MAIN
St. Mrs. R. A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
veil kept rooms In new building, with
rood clean beds.
rTTE WntTE LODGING nOTISE. 801
Sonth Main street M. T. Bradley, prop.
Bonsekeeplng rooms and lodging rooms.
"Jood comfortable rooms and clean, well
ept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
a ireneral bank
bought and sold,
attended to. R.
mnrn W. Proebstel.
iilgore, cashier: dl-
i. M. M. jonna, x.
1.1 F. Kllgore, Robert
lOKAfc.dWU'K OF PENDLE
ta.1 jffimmi Burplns. $03,000.
sasxing Dusine85. x-
- transfers sola on
i New York ana
(AtnJaPW' and Europe. Makes
at-; VW.'V. -Matlock, vlce-presl
Wde,Mhler ; H. C. Quern-
ri r t.vi mwn nnnfnnn
ie cMrj,"Harvest views. In
fer ,Bf. , Finishing done for
near uriuge. l'nono
dealers In elec-
stores, wired for
ds. Get our prices.
tKHB,' "OFFICE COURT 8T.
aides Hide hofel : land office
. of claims and Inl-
UMPIRE LODGING HOUSE. CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets: goods
'arge, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 2Sc and 50c a night Thos. Smart,
nOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table' set. Rates M and 85 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. OREENAWALD, THE OLD RRLIABLK
8hoeraaker. First clas repairing with best
materials. Shop in rear oi uinainger, w nouu
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8H0B-
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
FOR BALE A NEW IlKMINGTON TYPE-
writer ; J bargain. Call at this office.
FOR SALE A DAVID BRADLEY ALL-STEEL
Bay ItMer; tor sale at a bargain. J. B. Dei-
pain, uaian, urrgon.
LOST ON JOHNSON 8TREET, BETWEEN
Congregational taronai and Wakefield
music store, n silver bracelet with Initials "L.
E " eneraved on lock. Please return to 609
M. iUi i . n -h I was Just trying to nuike j meiil oil that flgerlienil
MmUnmsellv Or Mrr-Will you AUK a sucker!
NEW OREGON MINERAL.
Discoveries Made Near Sumpter That
May Prove. Valuable.
Baker City, Sept. 12. A new dis
covery of molybdenite, a rare metal.
Is reported In the Buckhorn quartz
claim, which is situated on the head
waters of Deer Creek, about five
miles from Sumpter, according to the
Sumpter Reporter. The production
of molybdenite in the United States
in 1900 has probatily not been over
15. tons, which does not supply the
demand. The ore must be free from
copper to make it marketable. The
assays made of the molybdenite
taken out of the above claim runs
from $400 to $800 per ton and if the
mineral is found 95 per cent pure it
is worth $3000 per ton.
The chief uses of Molybdenum un
til recently have been In determin
ing phosphoric acid by ammonium
molybate, and preparing blue car
mine for coloring porcelelu. The
Ferro-A'lloy of molybdenum is now
used in making a special steel to
which it gives valuable properties.
There are two claims In the group.
$100 RewarJ, $130.
The readers of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that there Is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been sfcle
t r rn pa In all ltd aftrraa anil h la Cm.
tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only flture of plaintiff. They have no chll
positive cure now known to the medical , dren and no community property
Two Disappointed Spouses Seek Le
Two divorce suits were filed on the
equity docket Friday afternoon.
Eugene T. Nlckols, and Nellie U.
Hugell desire legal separation from
their respective spouses.
Eugene T. Nlckols alleges that
plaintiff and defendant wore married
in Denver, Col., In March, 1900, and
In May. 1901, defendant abandoned
plaintiff without cause or provoca
tion and still continues to forsake and
abandon without the consent of and
against the wish of plaintiff. There
are no children and no community
property Involved, and nothing asked
other than the annulling of the mar
Hugill vs. Hugill.
After living together for two brief
years, Nellie B. Hugill, the defend
ant in the above case, tired of mar
ried life and concluded that she
would rather llvo without her lawful
husband. Aa a result of this conclu
sion, she deserted Louis Hugill and
left him to himself. Mr. and Mrs.
Hugill were married in 1895 In Van
couver, Wash. In 1897 she left him,
and since has lived separato and
apart from him to tlio great dlscom-
1 time 15c
2 timet 20c
1 week SOc
1 time 20c
2 time 30o
1 week 45c
Extra lines! 10 cent ech a week; 2S cents line per month.
8TRAYED FKOM PASTURE RAY OELDINO,
Mark polntn5yo!tnioli1; weight about i:no;
branded "A 1." on right hip: small silt In right
ear. Ten dollars reward will be paid lor horse
or Informstlnn leading to recovery. O. E. Mo-
Clellan, rcndicton, ore.
KELLAR BROTHERS. n.ABTERINO
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimate furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave ortiers at naaiej ai
Zahncr't cigar stort. Main 8t, P. O. U
WOOD SAWING. CONTRACT WORK A.
It. Stephens. Headuartera at Grays,
uaruor uomnierciai vu., "u hwuuirii .
Cigar 8tore, 'PHones Black 124 and Main
OREGON SHORT LINE
TYPEWRITERS AND SUri'MKB-F. 8. MBit
rill, Bpokano, agent New Densinoro for ht
ern Oregon, liajtern Washington and Idaho.
Second-hand typewriters, supplies, renting,
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; & C. R. Depot
fraternity. Catarrh belne a constitution
al disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken
Internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building np the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative powers
that tbey offer One Hundred Dollars for
and cose that It falls to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Addren F. J. CHE.VEV & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by drnggtits. 75c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best
sLabor Problem Serious.
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 12. .The
cotton picking season is at its height
In Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennes
see, the season having begun fully
tww weeks earlier than usual. In
which is Involved.
COR RENT FORNISIIED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms and sin le rooms. 710 Colleso street.
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop,
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOM COTTAGE ON CLAY
street, between Webb and IlRllrnnri. Tnoiilm
ui .too. u. i.nuu. iju tuun sirecv.
J .U. 8. LAND COM-
siailr made of ' land fll-
f; tawMsance and collections.
I uuHoHng, room 16.
NEW AND VERY
service of the public,
s. 8. McKay. Drone
lal Livery Stable or
ana tne nack win can
WANTED OENTLEM AN BOARDERS BY THE
week; good table et. Mrs. N. J. Longley,
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
Housekeeping. Apply at this office.
.WIN BAKER. PROP.
3. Stand In front of
, NEW AND SECOND
and sold. Court St..
can ana see mm.
&LER IN 8BC0ND
there Is anything yon
cona hand furniture,
crockery, call and
12 Court St.
"'FOR WHEAT RACKS
town, 814 Webb St,
SHOP AND RATIT
tel 8t. George, Rood
iu iuv uvi sanitary
HO COURT STREET
National Athletic Championships.
New York, Sept. 13. The eyes of
all devotees of athletics are turned
today toward Travers Island, where
the annual national championships
are being pulled off under the auspi
ces of the Amateur Athletic Union
The entry list this year is largo and
of an exceptionally higli class and
there promises to be a smashing of
records In a number of events. Geo.
It. Gray, who holds the record of 47
feet for putting the lC-pound shot,
will endeavor to establish a new rec
ord. Bailey, Westeny andOrton, the.
three famous University of PWirl&yl
vania auueies just, returned from
Ml UIIIU4lg . ........j ..111.
and athletic clubs are represented so
that altogether the meet promises to
be one of more than ordinary interest.
view of the rapid opening of the eroii
there is a general shortage of labor will be seen in the distance rtlnfl,
and the problem pormlses to be a sCr-' sprints and one mlio championships
ious one ror the planters. Some of i respectively. Other leading colleges
me largest growers of cotton declare
that they have never seen a. time
when there was such a scarcity' as
there is at present.
The indications are that the picking
season win ue snort this year. The
fact that the entire crop Is so much
earner than usual and that the
weather has been so hot Is accepted
as sure signs of this. Some of the
crop authorities are predicting that
the entire crop win be gathered be
fore the Christmas holidays and that
the bulk of it will have been harvested
by the end of November, if not con
siderably earlier. This fact of Itself
tends to complicate the labor Ques
tion still more, and should there come
lnd weather, the result would he very
damaging because of the largo
amount of cotton that would be
caught In the field.
When getting figures from
others on that lumher bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber, yard.
Cooper's old stand,
Main St., Near W.& CI Depot
A royal good meal for only
If you dine with us you are
A trial meal will make you
a regular boarder.
parxar Tlmo Sohcdulo Aaaitsj
roa Krttiu rmtdlutou raoK
Chicago- Bait Lake.DeoTor, lt.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special City, St. Louis, 8SOa.s.
fiM p. tn. Chicago and East.
Atlantic Suit Like, Dourer. Ft.
Kxpres Worth, Omsha, Kan-
5; m. sas City, Ht. Units, 11:10 p. at.
via Hunt- Chicago and Kt.
ci i..i ' Walla Watla,Lewliton,
r.iw.ii I SP"ane, Wallace
iSV. 51 l'ullman, Mlnncapo ..u
ft 15 a. m, Ht v;alt mlni 5.W P.
Rnoiiana I Milwaukee, Chicago
Spokane. nil Em,
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dales sub-
av, Joot to chftligo. 1-iiin.m
80 p. m. ForSanrranctsco p.m.
Ball every i days.
Sun'aV Columbia Hirer tMp
80 pm. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10:00 p. m.
Units loaro Portland dallv. eicent Hunday.
fstsgo of water permitting) for WllUineUo and
lamnui Hirer points.
Rlparla to Lewliton
r. r. WAMHI.EY, Agent, Pendleton.
I have bargained with a
competent Timber Cruisor
Gans and Duffy jo Meet.
Chicago, Sept. 12. A six-round
bout between Joe Gans and Martin
Duffy is scheduled for the arena of a
local club tonight, but whether the
contest will he pulled off Is u question
In the minds of those acquainted with
the 'attitude of the city authorities
in regard to prize fights. it was
Gans' fake fight with Terry McGovem
nere several years ago that resulted
In all fights being prohibited for a
longtime. Since that time Gans has
been under the bap so far as the Chi
cago authorities are concerned and
unless the powers that be have been
induced to forget the incident It is not
likely that the colored flglter from
Baltimore will be seen in the squared
circle here tonight.
Odd Fellows at Des Moines.
ues Moines, la., Sept. 13. With
tne coming of the morrow the Odi
Fellows will own the citv. Practical
ly all the grand lodge representatives
are heie preparing for the opening
sessions. Today tne visitors spent
uie t:me cnielly In sightseeing, and
tomorrow tne sovereign, lodge will at
tena uivine services. Monday the
first sessions of the h eIi bodies n
the order will be held with public ex
ercises, chiefly In the nature of wel
coming addresses and resnonsos
Then the sovereign grand lodge will
meet and transact routine business,
leading up to the election of olllcors,
which will bo followed by a banquet,
i lie grand parade, the spectacular
featuro of the gathering, Jakes place
Tuesday, when it Is expected that
30,000 Odd Fellows representing ull
parts of the civilized world, will bo
Your special attention is directed
to the real estate offers made by me
In my advertisement on the last page
or tins paper. Having been In the
stock business for twelve years In
Umatilla county I can intelligently
advise those who desire tq go Into
E. T, WADE.
Ten Dollar Rate Still In Effect.
Long Beach or Clatson Beach and
return. $10. Tickets good until Han.
tember 30. wili be sold ud to and In.
eluding September 16. Cell at the O.
T A. .1.1... m I
Union Veterans of Iowa.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 12. Thirty
live local societies of the Union Vet
erans of Jowa are leprcsfntcd at the
annual state encampment and ro
union which began in Des Moltics to
day. Today was devoted largely to
wie reception of the delegates and
tlio formal organization of the con
ventlon. The sessions will' continue
until next Tuemlay. A successor to
Department Commander J. W. Kills,
oi aiaquoKeta, togetner with-other of
fleers, will be chosen. Between tlio
bubfness sessions there will be feat
ures of entertainment provided by tlio
Good Thing for County -Roads.
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 1.1. Today
was observed as "Straw day" in l.ln
coin county and hereafter It Is to be
an annual event. Upon the appoint
ed day the farmers are expected to
turn out and haul straw to nlaco ui-
on the public roads. This Is a plan
tliat has been adopted bv the various
counties of Eastern Washington and
the movement has resulted in a notif
iable Improvement In the roads.
On the line o. 3 railroad
now under construction
ThiB moans a big ohanco
ror llrst-comors. See
Have some good farms for
fit ifrVA A lllrl lUmrdy, M lr jrrar.
t,.' ytA 10,11011 1-ili,i .nl.l- Lull.., limtlil
sfN'Mt Vi id IIU.Ili:l :m.i i.ii i.
liTO-fil IJulJ In -UNI. letM -ItU
IIim rilloii. 'JmLv Htt utlitr. JOfuaM
NHlstlltuttunij.i lHiltllwii. ik ruur
lruirrli f i,t 'i.i litnu niauf 'r
ili'Mlur, 'I ralliiiit-iilMlst at I lluwklrl
fur l,tif, 1 , rt-turn MhII. S il t (
Hf itln nilfli-sltr4 hfhilcl I'm ,
SIu.1Is.uj. htjuun-. rilil.A,, I'A.
MEN AND WOMEN.
11m Ilia U lor unnslDisl
ItrlUtloDs or ulcvrstlui
Ci iuuviui mcisiirsuai,
I rt.1u.c4 CuuiIm, haluliM, auil uut utru
Kout Uf UIMKCIMS.
u.a. HTy' f"' n.if..
11.10, or t Iwttlea, 11.75.
Circular taut u fwiuast.
Pullman Sleeph.p; Curs,
Elegant Dining Ciirs,
TO i OHAND KORKH
THROUGH TICKEl'S TO
and all jHilnta Eant and fioutli
riironuli tlciats to itpan and (Ihlna, via
Tacoma and Nortlieru J'aclflo Htcamshlp Cm,
and American Hoe,
Trains leave Pandletou dsll ni-.ni Hnn,t.
at 70 p. m.
KOr further iDformatlnn. lima ra.ila mm
and tickets, call mi or writu w. i.m. iV.
dleton, Oregon, or A. 1), (111 AKLTON.
mira ana uorruon hu., I'ortland. Orm.
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Loul, Kan-
uny, m. joe, ijfnatia, and
All Points East and South
v Portland and point
on tho Sound
lare fendletoa. dallr i-icem aniiaa at
m. pm. ' '
Arrlfe I'endlelou Monday, Wedueadajr and
Krlday vtXi )in, '
Arrfra I'eudleton liieular. Thiirailaw
xavu Walla WalU ilallr, et bound, 930 pa,
Arrive Walla WiUla dally. Heat twund, 91Wa,
For Information reirardlnv rala and amom.
modalluus, tail on or address
W. AUAMH, Agent,
U. ()Al.t)KIUIKAI).(l I'. A..
Walla Walla, Wash,
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Church aw lacu TuuuriJ iui U.a wttt ce la uti aa-J yuuuj sitting item aHatu
a Miiabow. dii.i, HtoMi, w ilMtuakUif. ouree Lost Manhood, Im-
Eiotencr, toat Power, MIht-Losses, Sperniutorrnoea Insomnia, Pain
rj.pacrt, Bll pealel), (s'mlnal amissions. Um unoi, NervoUalie-.
or iid ail tlon i IM ,,MB"? 'j" ftj I 1 1 I ' fli fJer
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BOLD BY TALLMAN A CO, DRU GOI8T8, PENDLETON, OREGON.